(Storm Tracker)
Sat Sep 06 2008 11:08 AM
Re: Hanna Landfall at the SC/NC Border, Ike Going West Southwest Florida Threat Less Likely

Why do they even bother using the CLP5 model? That thing ALWAYS hooks hard to the right in the early runs. It's done it for pretty much every storm this season.

From the growing trend I'm seeing on most of the models as well as the NHC's official track, I'm still thinking that LA/AL/MI and even parts of TX should be keeping a really close eye on this thing. Every series of runs lately has been pulling it farther away from the west Fl coast (Keys are still well into the danger zone, however) and toward the Gulf Coast.

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